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the self-folding mobile prototype Origami robot folds itself up, crawls away
Released August 7, 2014
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an autonomous robot programmed to fold itself Robot folds itself up and walks away
Released August 7, 2014
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tessellation Learning from origami to design new materials
Released August 7, 2014
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students look at a butterfly Butterflies could hold key to probes that repair genes
Released August 5, 2014
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flexible antennas contain silver nanowires Researchers devise new, stretchable antenna for wearable health monitoring
Released March 18, 2014
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image shows how the cells track the electric field Scientists 'herd' cells in new approach to tissue engineering
Released March 11, 2014
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genetic circuit analysis Rice synthetic biologists shine light on genetic circuit analysis
Released March 9, 2014
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the apparatus projecting visual stimuli Research maze puts images on floor, where rodents look
Released February 26, 2014
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image of the biofabricator machine Researchers build 3-D structures to test breast cancer treatments
Released February 4, 2014
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a team work on a solar array prototype Engineers turn to origami to solve astronomical space problem
Released November 27, 2013
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Photo of stream running through a mountain forest. US Engineering Students Begin UK Collaborations for Clean Water
Updated October 24, 2013
image of coral reefs Insights Into Deadly Coral Bleaching Could Help Preserve Reefs
Released April 23, 2013
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Vadim Backman Screening Detects Ovarian Cancer Using Neighboring Cells
Released April 22, 2013
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wireless, implantable brain sensor and a quarter Wireless, Implanted Sensor Broadens Range of Brain Research
Released March 19, 2013
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engineers examine wireless sensing device Brown Unveils Novel Wireless Brain Sensor
Released February 28, 2013
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Photo of tiny, engineered origami structures. Engineers Pursue Flexible Electronics, Self-folding Structures and Controlled Photosynthesis on a Grand Scale
Released August 23, 2012
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image showing the molecular forces measured Force of Nature: Defining the Mechanical Mechanisms in Living Cells
Released July 16, 2012
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a single human cardiomyocyte New Stem Cell Technique Promises Abundance of Key Heart Cells
Released May 28, 2012
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Photo of the eastern subterranean termite. Insights From Biological World to Inspire New Engineering Capabilities
Released September 28, 2011
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mimosa plant Plants That Can Move Inspire New Adaptive Structures
Released February 19, 2011
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Sossina Haile and William Chueh New Reactor Paves the Way for Efficiently Producing Fuel from Sunlight
Released January 19, 2011
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Ximing Cai and Xiao Zhang Study Estimates Land Available for Biofuel Crops
Released January 10, 2011
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Atul Jain and Madhu Khanna Grasses Have Potential as Alternate Ethanol Crop, Illinois Study Finds
Released November 1, 2010
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Sossina Haile (left) and William Chueh (right) stand next to thermochemical reactor for H2O and CO2. Exploring Sustainability for Energy and Buildings
Released October 19, 2010
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Illustration showing nano-scale disturbances in cheek cells indicate the presence of lung cancer. Cheek Swab May Detect Lung Cancer
Released October 5, 2010
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nano-scale disturbances in cheek cells Early Lung Cancer Detection
Released October 5, 2010
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engineering graphic Researchers Discover Less Expensive Low-temperature Catalyst for Hydrogen Purification
Released September 23, 2010
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engineering graphic New Biofuels Processing Method for Mobile Facilities
Released July 6, 2010
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engineering graphic Electric Avenue: Electric Cars on a Two-way Street?
Released February 18, 2010
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Image showing how abnormally active brain cells are turned off using multiple colors of light. Silencing Brain Cells with Yellow and Blue Light
Released January 6, 2010
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